Doing History: Investigating with Children in Elementary and Middle Schools

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more explanations of why something happened or why someone was famous. They give more details of actual reasoning and even feelings. For instance, I was inside on who wanted the states split up, and why." As you read through this book, you will notice that, although teachers use narrative in both its fictional and nonfictional forms, they also provide many other ways for students to think and learn in history.

Albert ( 1995), Olwell ( 1999), Mayer ( 1999)


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